Prime Minister Imran Khan did not hesitate to shower compliments at the Capital Development Authority (CDA) on Friday, saying that it had come a long way after nearly being bankrupt when the PTI-led government took over the reins of the country.
“Our economic turnaround & success of our construction policy showing results in diff sectors. Pak is changing.”Said PM Khan in a tweet message.
The prime minister said that in 2007, the CDA was nearly bankrupt and had posted a deficit of Rs5.8bn, where it had now recorded a surplus of Rs73bn and already has Rs26bn in its accounts.
PM Khan said it was time for the government to transform Islamabad into a model city, with priority on reform and restructure.
“Other megacities can also become self-sustaining economic engines of growth through commitment, transparency & innovation.”He added.
PM Khan also posted a graph showing the CDA’s transformation over the years and concluded the thread on Twitter.